Tip 1: Get your foot into the door of an employer in any job any way you can, then turn the job into something closer to what you really want to do. “It doesn’t matter what your field, age, or situation are,” writes Samson. “Leveraging your highly human skills is the surest route to work and the success you want.
Tip 2: Become a volunteer in an organization you always like to work, demonstrate that you are a valuable asset, then ask for pay. “Volunteering lets you use your skills, serve real needs, and build your self-worth. Then you can add your considerable highly human skills to your volunteer efforts.